Small but constantly in my face is the updater icon in the System Tray. It’s got blurry / pixelated edges and it’s an eyesore 100% of the time. If I hide it, I also don’t get ANY visual notification of updates in the visual system state.
Would be nice to have cleaned up, probably a 5 minute fix.
Probably a 5 minute fix for people with the environment installed, familiar with the repo, where the icon is located, and able to load up Inkscape to export an SVG or whatever vector graphic format you prefer.
My distro doesn’t matter. You will be able to reproduce it if it is a legitimate bug, and if it is not, then you can ignore my post.
I will say this: that you forced me to add an OS and then used your login system as an OSINT tool against me is, frankly, discourteous. It reminded me of Microsoft.
You do you. Thanks for the good work.
EDIT: The bigger issue might be that the icon does not display whatsoever (KDE) if you set it to only show when relevant. I think you may have a bug in the relevancy code. Good luck.
As far as I know, Plasma changed something in how it loads tray icons lately (in 5.19), which some GTK tray icons does not handle well. Setting a small sleep timer in front (loading it after a little while) works.